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Wolfbane

Not to end up being confused using the once extremely touted, Rick Rubin-endorsed, past due-‘80s hard rockers Wolfsbane, Wolfbane were an obscure New Wave of English Heavy Metal clothing, active for four years from March 1980, that by no means even recorded an effective album. Rather, vocalist/guitarist Gramie Dee, bassist Dale Lee, and drummer Syd Mercury cobbled collectively a four-song demonstration tape they could store to record brands in 1981 (allegedly getting some curiosity from MCA), before going through a crippling group of lineup adjustments (multiple drummers and several short-tenured business lead vocalists) amid small-time U.K. and German tour schedules another demo trim in Apr 1982. Even after that, Wolfbane were attempting just to be seen, and after acquiring some balance with brand-new drummer Rick Henshaw in 1983, their expectations were dashed just as before when their tour truck and equipment had been destroyed under dubious conditions. This persuaded all included that it had been time to give up, but Dee and Lee would afterwards re-emerge using a thrash steel band named Bloodstream Money, and, incredibly, Wolfbane’s long-forgotten demos had been ultimately dredged up for discharge on CD with the Darkness Kingdom label this year 2010, thereby making sure some never-expected publicity for the music group.

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